Arvind Nagra shares evidence and experience on empowering children and young people with long-term conditions as they move towards adult health services
Category Archives: Child health
Professor Martin Burton looks at the latest evidence that might help parents and their doctors to decide whether antibiotics are worth trying for children with 'glue ear'
Liv Chapman writes for parents about new Cochrane evidence on whether fluoride mouthrinses can prevent tooth decay in children
Should premature twins be looked after in one cot in the neonatal nursery? Anna Sutherland blogs her own experience and Cochrane evidence
We can learn from two mums of young patients, who share their stories here, and look at whether research can help us too.
As more children are surviving cancer, we need research into kinder treatments
We look at the evidence for some common over-the-counter products
What do Tess and family wish for...
Tess, aged 9, tells us what it's like to manage cystic fibrosis at school
On the brink of the new school year, we look at evidence on how schools can work to improve student's health and whether this might also benefit their learning
Like an infographic? Then take a look at ours on the latest Cochrane evidence reviewing the WHO's Health Promoting Schools assessment.
What's the evidence for passive immunization following exposure to measles? Richard Lehman explores.